Enterprise Architecture Modeling With ArchiMate & Sparx

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Enterprise Architecture Modeling
With ArchiMate & Sparx
Adnaan Sikandar
Capgemini Canada Inc.
[email protected]
AGENDA
 ArchiMate Overview
 ArchiMate Concepts
• Framework & Concept
• Layers
• Metamodels
 ArchiMate Viewpoints
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Information Structure Viewpoint
Business Process Viewpoint
Layered Viewpoint
Infrastructure Viewpoint
TOGAF ADM Viewpoints
ARCHIMATE
 What is it?
• ArchiMate is a modeling language for describing enterprise architectures
• Broader scope than UML. UML is for software engineering
• Supports EA frameworks like TOGAF & Zachman
• Can be used to create IAF views and artifacts
• ArchiMate viewpoints are more detailed than TOGAF’s architecture
artifacts – TOGAF does not provide descriptions and examples
ARCHIMATE
 Which version should I use?
• Technical Specification 1.0 (Approved)
• Technical Specification 2.0 (Under Review)
 Is it a standard?
• The Open Group’s ArchiMate Forum – Stewards of the ArchiMate
standard
 What about the license?
• Capgemini is an ArchiMate Forum member
• ArchiMate Forum members have commercial license to use it for
consulting engagements
ArchiMate – Concepts
ARCHIMATE FRAMEWORK
Products &
Services
Business
Application
Information
Data
Processes
Business
Functions Organisation
Applications
Technical Infrastructure
Technology
Information
Behavior
Structure
ARCHIMATE CONCEPT
ArchiMate Structure - Services
Customer
External
business service
Business
Internal
business service
External
application service
Application
Internal
application service
External
infra. service
Technology
Internal
infra. service
ARCHIMATE STRUCTURE - LAYERS
 Layers
• Business Layer - Offers products and services to external customers, which are realized
in the organization by business processes performed by business actors
• Application Layer - Supports the business layer with application services which are
realized by (software) applications.
• Technology Layer - offers infrastructure services (e.g., processing, storage, and
communication services) needed to run applications, realized by computer and
communication hardware and system software.
 Generic Metamodel For Each Layer
External
Internal
Object
Information
Service
Interface
Behavior
element
Structure
element
Behavior
Structure
METAMODEL – BUSINESS LAYER
LANGUAGE NOTATIONS
BUSINESS LAYER - SPARX EXAMPLE
Actors
Tier 1 Help Desk Agent
IT Help Desk
Assigned To
Assigned To
Exception Management Process
SMI Events
Exceptions
Flows
Triggers
Create Event
(Automatic)
Flows
Correlate & Analyze
Event (Automatic)
Flows
Triage & Resolve
Exception Ticket
Close Exception
Ticket
METAMODEL – APPLICATION LAYER
METAMODEL – TECHNOLOGY LAYER
ArchiMate – Viewpoints
Basic ArchiMate Viewpoints
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Introductory Viewpoint
Organization Viewpoint
Actor Co-operation Viewpoint
Business Function Viewpoint
Business Process Viewpoint
Business Process Co-operation
Viewpoint
Product Viewpoint
Application Behavior Viewpoint
Application Co-operation Viewpoint
Application Structure Viewpoint
Application Usage Viewpoint
 Infrastructure Viewpoint
 Infrastructure Usage Viewpoint
 Implementation and Deployment
Viewpoint
 Information Structure Viewpoint
 Service Realization Viewpoint
 Layered Viewpoint
 Landscape Map Viewpoint
ACTOR CO-OPERATION VIEWPOINT
Layered View Point
Stakeholders
Enterprise, process, and domain architects
Concerns
Relations of actors with their environment
Purpose
Designing, deciding, informing
Abstraction Level
Details
Business layer
Business layer
Aspects
Structure, behavior
ACTOR CO-OPERATION VIEWPOINT
Service Desk
Service Desk Manager
Business Actor A
Operations Optimization
Business Actor B
«Tickets»
«Tickets»
«Tickets»
Tier 1 Service Desk
Business Actor C
«Tickets»
«Tickets»
«Tickets»
Tier 2 Applicaiton
Administration
«Tickets»
Tier 2 System
Administration
«Tickets»
Tier 2 Network
Administration
Business Actor D
LAYERED VIEWPOINT
Layered View Point
Stakeholders
Enterprise, process, application, infrastructure, and domain architects
Concerns
Consistency, reduction of complexity, impact of change, flexibility
Purpose
Designing, deciding, informing
Abstraction Level
Overview
Layer
Business layer, application layer, technology layer
Aspects
Information, behavior, structure
LAYERED VIEWPOINT – SPARX EXAMPLE
Actors
Tier 1 Help Desk Agent
IT Help Desk
Exception Management Process
SMI Events
Exceptions
Create Event
(Automatic)
Correlate & Analyze
Event (Automatic)
Triage & Resolve
Exception Ticket
Close Exception
Ticket
Application Services
Event Logging
Service
Event Correlation
Service
Event Analysis
Service
Ticket Service
Work Instructions
Service
Trouble Ticket
Management
Knowledge
Management
Application Components
Event
Correlation &
Analysis
Applications
BMC Event Manager
BMC Remedy ITSM
BUSINESS PROCESS VIEW POINT
Business Process View Point
Stakeholders
Process and domain architects, operational managers
Concerns
Structure of business processes, consistency and completeness, responsibilities
Purpose
Designing
Abstraction Level
Detail
Layer
Business layer
Aspects
Behavior
BUSINESS PROCESS VIEW POINT – SPARX EXAMPLE
Actors
IT Help Desk Tier 1 Agent
IT Help Desk
Process
Event
Correlate & Analyze
Event (Automatic)
Create Event
(Automatic)
Resolve Exception
Ticket
Create / Read
Read
Close Exception
Ticket
Update
Update
Create
Create / Update
Read
Read
Read
Read
Network Topology
Event
Read
Network Device
Asset
Rules
Device
Event Thresholds
Exception Ticket
INFRASTRUCTURE VIEW POINT
Business Process View Point
Stakeholders
Infrastructure architects, Operational Managers
Concerns
Stability, security, dependencies, infrastructure costs
Purpose
Designing
Abstraction Level
Detail
Layer
Technology
Aspects
Behavior, Structure
INFRASTRUCTURE VIEW POINT – SPARX EXAMPLE
Mobile Field Force Database
Security Context
Mobile Field Force
Application Security Context
SSL
Database
Internet
Information
Server
Windows
Windows
HTTPS
Secure Zone
Corporate LAN
HTTPS
HTTPS
HTTPS
Office Application
Internal Firewall
Private APN
HTTPS
Mobile Tablets
APPLICATION LANDSCAPE VIEW POINT
Baseline Application Model
Level 1 Process
Existing System
A
Existing System
B
Existing System
C
Existing System
D
Existing System
E
Existing System
F
Target Application Model
Level 1 Process
Existing System
A
Existing System
B
Existing System
C
New System X
New System Y
New System Z
Existing System
D
Existing System
E
Existing System
F
ARCHIMATE RESOURCES
 ArchiMate 1.0 Technical Specification
 ArchiMate Good Practices
 Sparx Enterprise Architect
 ArchiMate Presentations

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